Dubliners

In these stories, Joyce describes the lives of ordinary Dubliners. Their lives are not always easy, and they have problems with their families. They were the people who Joyce grew up with and he knew them very well. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and additional online resources, the Penguin Readers series

The Talented Mr Ripley

In the 1950s, Tom Ripley travels from the United States of America to Italy, to find Dickie Greenleaf and bring him home to his father. But when Tom sees Dickie’s money and relaxed way of life, he becomes jealous and begins to make other plans. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and

Tess of the D’Urbervilles

When Jack and Joan Durbeyfield learn that their ancestors were the d’Urbervilles – a rich and well-known family – they hope it will make their lives better. They send their eldest daughter, Tess, to introduce herself to some “relatives”. There, Tess meets Alec d’Urberville, who immediately notices her beauty. The terrible event that follows changes

One Of Us Is Lying

A geek, a jock, a criminal, a princess. A murder. Everyone has secrets. How far would you go to protect yours? Five students at Bayview High must stay late at school but only four of them leave alive. Bronwyn, Cooper, Nate and Addy all become suspects in a murder. Who do you believe? With carefully